The NHS is continuing to help people to manage illness linked to coronavirus but is still urging parents to bring children forward for lifesaving jabs to stop killer diseases like measles and meningitis.
Health bosses across Herefordshire and Worcestershire are urging people to contact their GP if they have symptoms they are concerned about and not to delay.
Health bosses across Herefordshire and Worcestershire urge the public to seek urgent care and treatment when they need it.
GP surgeries across Herefordshire and Worcestershire have significantly changed the way that they work to help stop the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) and protect the most vulnerable members of the community as well as local healthcare staff.
Today the four Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in Herefordshire and Worcestershire merged to become a single organisation.
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